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Hello,

I have read many of the topics and I have the similar issues, 1st gear, rattling sound, stand being too upright...

I just wanted to say hello,

I do not know what the fixes may be but I am getting used to hem as the days pass...

I am not sure if i consider my self as an experienced rider but I am a race car driver, so I know all about apex and the feeling and the look etc...

I also took the safety ride courses in my own country, but they are globally known by Honda itself. Honda Safety Riders Course, I took all the 3 stages. first 2 were with cb150fs and the 3rd one was with cb1000f whcich was fun=)

Any how, here is a video if me driving through canyons..

 

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Welcome to the show, glad to have you and a great video if I do say so! It all depends on what you want. The 300F is far more relaxed and easy, while the 300R is sporty, built perfectly for agressive riding. Its like the difference between mountain biking and race cycling...
 

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Welcome to the show, glad to have you and a great video if I do say so! It all depends on what you want. The 300F is far more relaxed and easy, while the 300R is sporty, built perfectly for agressive riding. Its like the difference between mountain biking and race cycling...
Yeah got to love the options we have. I know that i'd go with the F for more relaxed riding, nice for commuting.
 

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Good show! I can tell you how to get that bike to accelerate up hill with the stock muffler. Except for putting a 1 pound battery on it it involves drasticly reducing reciprocating weight.
 

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Good show! I can tell you how to get that bike to accelerate up hill with the stock muffler. Except for putting a 1 pound battery on it it involves drasticly reducing reciprocating weight.
what would you do to reduce the weight?
 

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I bought a Yoshimura R77 slip on from EBay for $340....... Couldn't be happier . Not sure you could get better looks,sound or performance for the money. Just my opinion........
 
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